Making the Grade
Even before the added stress imposed by the coronavirus, teaching was always a challenging profession—as well as a calling that many enthusiastically embrace. As a new school year begins, we checked in with some Rutgers alumni who are teachers to get their thoughts and feelings about their chosen careers.
Young Man with a Horn
As a kid, Terell Stafford MGSA’94 fell in love with the trumpet. He marveled that, using just three valves, you could make so much music, and he loved the “majestic, projecting, noble” trumpet sound—something he heard a lot of back in the day, because his mother was an amateur trumpeter.
It’s time for the Rutgers community to get back together. That means Rutgers Homecoming on October 7–9!
It’s time for the excitement of Scarlet Knights football when Rutgers faces off against Michigan State on October 9. Don’t miss this opportunity to “come home” to Rutgers and celebrate what it means to be Scarlet Forever!